Graduated in 2002 — we covered through WWII several times in K-12; in 10th grade, we finally made it to the Vietnam War, around the end of May, kind of in haste. The impression we all got is that the people designing the curricula didn’t really think of anything past 10 years before we were born as being the sort of thing we’d need to be taught. (Our 9th and 10th grade history teacher knew better, but he had a lot to cover, only two years to do it, and a lot of important things happened before 1970.)
Real reason you can’t do this in public schools: they don’t generally allow students to light candles, for liability reasons.
200 meters per state sounds doable, even for an amateur; multiply that by fifty, and you get 10km.
But unlike NFTs, beanie babies are actually real, and have practical uses.
The US has a dinosaur as our national animal; so there.
11. Feathers, if you’re a dinosaur.
Millennials have been most of the reproducing people for a while, though probably a majority of the children of millennials have been born by now.
In another strip he says he went to the library and filled in all the subscription cards that said “bill me later”.
Spoilers for those who don’t want to check wikipedia: they have a common great-grandparent.
I had a coworker once who was jaywalking in front of the building we worked in at the time. A cop saw him, and said “Hey, what if a car hit you?” He replied “It would probably hurt” and kept walking. The next day, he jaywalked again in the same spot at abou the same time (we all did, really — it was a long way to the corner), but that same cop was waiting for him, and gave him a jaywalking ticket.